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Old 06-23-2012, 11:00 AM   #21
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Or he could get the burg kit for the same price if he talks to the right people.
Who are these"right people" you speak of?
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Old 06-23-2012, 11:01 AM   #22
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Or he could get the burg kit for the same price if he talks to the right people.
then he should go that route i really have no clue how much first gen LT kits runs for i have never looked into it, 2k just seemed really cheap compared to the TC 2nd gen im looking at lol
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if i knew what the hell i was doing i would probably be half way through it lots of valuable info. so what steps would you take first. i will build up to the lt i did read that the rear is important to do first for lt to keep the rear from coming around on you aswell as other problems. i got spacers i wasnt ready to commit to any given height just yet. if i go to high i will definately roll it. i tend to push it sometimes as it is. 3'' is okay but im rubbing on the inside when im hard over one way or the other 3'' more in the front may 2'' in rear what do you think i really dig the front being higher
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Old 06-23-2012, 11:17 AM   #24
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Old 06-23-2012, 11:20 AM   #25
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then he should go that route i really have no clue how much first gen LT kits runs for i have never looked into it, 2k just seemed really cheap compared to the TC 2nd gen im looking at lol
The burg LT kit for the 1st gen runs $2,400 while the TC kit runs I think $2,600.
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as far as a lift i like to the front higher. rear kind of sqauts but i think i need a little more in the front my 30'' tires are rubbing when im hard over one way or the other anyone know a good ratio. another 3'' infront two in the back. lots of good info guys thanks keep it coming.
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Old 06-23-2012, 11:28 AM   #27
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Old 06-23-2012, 11:30 AM   #28
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as far as a lift i like to the front higher. rear kind of sqauts but i think i need a little more in the front my 30'' tires are rubbing when im hard over one way or the other anyone know a good ratio. another 3'' infront two in the back. lots of good info guys thanks keep it coming.
you have a lot of info you need to read and understand before you even think of LT.

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here is your knowledge of suspension. not trying to offend you but i'm telling you whats up.
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you have a lot of info you need to read and understand before you even think of LT.

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here is your knowledge of suspension. not trying to offend you but i'm telling you whats up.
im not trying to offend is what people say right before they try to offend you. im a visual learner need pics as well as info. not settled on long travel mid travel is a new direction im gathering options so i can raise my knowlegde of suspension. no offense but im a carpenter if you want to know how to form concrete, build a deck or make a piece of furniture my knowledge level is way up there.
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Old 06-23-2012, 11:57 AM   #30
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Old 06-23-2012, 12:04 PM   #31
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Old 06-23-2012, 03:03 PM   #32
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A set of king coilovers, upper control arms, the wheel spacers you have will change your trucks performance immediately.
Cost...roughly $2000.00
As for the rear, well, that's a whole other ballgame. I think zach can answer those questions a lot better.
Front long travel setup...
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Who are these"right people" you speak of?
Camburg. When you order direct from Camburg you get a TW discount and the front kit is $2160

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A set of king coilovers, upper control arms, the wheel spacers you have will change your trucks performance immediately.
Cost...roughly $2000.00
As for the rear, well, that's a whole other ballgame. I think zach can answer those questions a lot better.
Zach does not have LT rear. I did my entire LT rear end with the cost of a new welder for ~$1850.

OP you really need to do some more research. LT is not about "lift", look through some of the builds on here and look at the differences between long travel and mid travel and what each can do. You need to decide what you really need it to do or you will end up wasting money
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did the OP smoke crack before starting this thread? that intro has me convinced.

Also even if u drop like 3k get your front looking super sicky gnar 3.5" wider along with the 3" spacer monstrosity so u can haul through the mud next to your job site, you will need to do the same to your rear end otherwise its useless, u cant build half a truck and expect it to work 100%. on average expect to spend 6-7k on this... and it cant be done over night. otherwise every other crack whore and there mom would be long traveled as well
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Old 06-25-2012, 11:38 AM   #35
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did the OP smoke crack before starting this thread? that intro has me convinced.

Also even if u drop like 3k get your front looking super sicky gnar 3.5" wider along with the 3" spacer monstrosity so u can haul through the mud next to your job site, you will need to do the same to your rear end otherwise its useless, u cant build half a truck and expect it to work 100%. on average expect to spend 6-7k on this... and it cant be done over night. otherwise every other crack whore and there mom would be long traveled as well
Not sure if he's a crackhead, just think he's new to the lift/long travel arena. He just needs to do the research and find what suits him best. I think a simple coilover/control arm setup would suffice, but what do I know.
Crackheads need lifted trucks too.
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We were all new once. I remember when I first joined here with my second gen with a top spacer lift and blocks I saw a pic of some one hucking their truck at Pismo and asked what I needed so I could do that too. Mikesdoublecab answered the question and pointed me to the sake.set up that guy had.
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We were all new once. I remember when I first joined here with my second gen with a top spacer lift and blocks I saw a pic of some one hucking their truck at Pismo and asked what I needed so I could do that too. Mikesdoublecab answered the question and pointed me to the sake.set up that guy had.
at one time my truck had a spacer lift too
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at one time my truck had a spacer lift too
Really??? Hahaha. I remember seeing your rig on TTORA, the Icon CO's and TC UCA's. Then you went straight to long travel.
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Really??? Hahaha. I remember seeing your rig on TTORA, the Icon CO's and TC UCA's. Then you went straight to long travel.
yup. the mid travel replaced my spacer lift. i put the spacer on not long after i bought the truck in 2004... my truck sat around at my parent's house from 2006-2008 during my military training. did the mid travel right after i got out

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